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Leak reveals new details about the OnePlus 11’s camera setup

C. Scott Brown / Android Authority


  • A leak has revealed new details about the camera setup for the OnePlus 11 and Oppo Find N2.
  • The two phones could end up sharing the camera setup.
  • The OnePlus 11 may miss out on optical image stabilization.

The upcoming OnePlus 11 and Oppo Find N2 are two distinctively different phones — one’s a foldable and the other isn’t — but there may be one thing the two will have in common. A new leak suggests that both phones could get the same camera setup.

Tipster, Digital Chat Station, has uncovered some new information on the camera setup for the OnePlus 11 and Oppo Find N2. According to the leak, both phones could have a 50MP Sony IMX890 main camera, a 48MP IMX581 ultrawide, and a 32MP IMX709 2x zoom camera.

While the handsets may share the same sensors, there could be one small difference. Digital Chat Station mentions that the Oppo Find N2 will have optical image stabilization (OIS). As for the OnePlus 11, the leaker appeared to be unsure, suggesting that the OnePlus 11 could end up missing out on the feature.

Based on what we know from earlier leaks, the OnePlus 11 is expected to have a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip. This would make it one of the first phones to have the chipset. It was also reported that the OnePlus 11 could have a 6.7-inch QHD+ OLED screen, up to 16GB of RAM, a 5,000mAh battery, and 100W wired charging. If you’d like to know more, you can check out our everything we know article here.

At the moment, its unknown when these phones will launch. But it’s expected that the China-only variant of the OnePlus 11 will launch first, with the global launch following not long after that.


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